For many legal businesses, automation may feel like a harder-said-than-done proposition. However, a large number of repetitive, rules-based jobs are perfect for automation, freeing up attorney time to concentrate on client-facing work and strategic activities that generate revenue.

Legal practice automation offers a variety of benefits. It allows attorneys to focus on what they are trained to do, improves customer service and eliminates the possibility of human error. What might not be so obvious is the cost savings that can also be achieved.

In a world with expensive staffing costs and other costs automating a process can result in you not having to recruit additional legal staff members. This can help a small or solo firm to remain competitive on the same budget as larger companies.

Document automation is an excellent example. Legal teams can design templates for recurring documents such as NDAs, employment paperwork or privacy compliance documents. Instead of sitting for hours in meetings, and e-mailing documents back and forth, they could create and save templates. Once a template is made, coworkers can self-serve to create the document without the need for a legal team. This leads to faster time for clients to get their documents, and less rework on part of legal teams.

Automating workflows can provide all lawyers with the tools they need to be successful and increase efficiency. If you’re not sure where to start, keep the daily log of your work for a week. This will help you identify tasks that could be automated. Then, you can research technological tools that could help ease the workload of these tasks. Implement them slowly, so as not to interfere with your daily work.

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